MailGun told me their market strategy is entirely focused on supporting developers.
I’ve spent 35 years and every cent on the cooperative I’m incorporating.
I woke up alone this exact date in 2002 and found my wife gone and myself $175,000 poorer.
About that time I discovered my family who assured me of their love and acceptance, was actually deeply ashamed to be publically associated with a “man in a dress”. I’m a Black Trans Gender Woman, Post-Op. I’m trying to build a non-profit organization by myself.
I’m exhausted and anything I can find to automate or at least make my work easier is attractive. MailGun has nothing that plugs into CRM software unless I develop it. UserEngage has a complete suite of products for constituency relationship management.
So this article that took a second to find won’t support Discourse?
How to connect your personalized SMTP?
UserEngage SMTP Service offers high deliverability and reliability rates, in addition to if you have your own mailing system you might find it more attractive to send personalized emails. The best thing about it is that you will keep using UserEngage just as before. The only difference is the distinctive server used while sending your messages.
Go to “Email” → SMTP settings
Click “Create new” button, and start filling out the form.
Here are all the fields:
Host: You have to find your mailing service provider host address. For gmail use smtp.gmail.com
User: In almost all cases, this is simply the email address of the account you want to use.
Password: The password to your mailing account.
Email address: Well… that is pretty clear.
Reply to address: The email address where responses to emails should be redirected. It’s best to use the same address as above.
Sender Name: Have you seen any of those “Peter from example-company” emails? This is where you can set up your own title like that.
Port Number: It depends on the provider, so you have to check that.
SSL: Stands for the security certificate. We strongly recommend to use it, If you provider enables one.
TLS: Security protocol. Depends on the provider as well.